(PacificCoastNews | Getty Images)A few days ago, rumor spread that One Direction's Harry Styles was at work on a solo album, presumably plotting his post-boyband career. But a rep for the band vehemently denies that Styles is going anywhere, and we're glad for him — most ex-boybanders don't fare too well on the charts after they fly the coop, with the exception of a few rare (and extremely handsome) gentlemen. Not everyone can be Justin Timberlake.Below, check out our rankings of the best and...Read Full Story
Robbie Williams thinks living in Los Angeles is good for his health. Though some might not agree that Hollywood is good for the body, the "Bodies" hitmaker, who has been in rehab several times to be treated for alcohol and drug addiction, thinks the city is therapeutic. People are more open and accepting about their problems in the California city than they are in the UK, apparently. He said: “I can say it’s easier in Los Angeles – everybody talks therapy out there. There’s a much better...Read Full Story
There's a history of bad blood between singer Robbie Williams and musicians Liam and Noel Gallagher, and now that Liam and Noel's band Oasis has broken up, it's giving Robbie a chance to take another jab at his former friends. This time, Robbie criticized Oasis for only putting out one decent song in over a decade. Robbie said: “To be honest, I know there’s history between us and this isn’t very complimentary, but they’ve been doing a lap of honor for the past 13 years. There’s been the...Read Full Story
Robbie Williams doesn't care that he's probably going to take a $1.6 million loss on his mansion in England, he just wants to get back to sunny Los Angeles. After just 8 months in the UK, the "Bodies" singer and his girlfriend Ayda Field, who bought the 18th century Wiltshire house for $14 million earlier this year, are heading back to the states -- stat. An insider said: "Robbie is desperate to get things moving quickly rather than hang around just to get a bit more money. Being settled...Read Full Story
Getty Images Robbie Williams was so addicted to drugs, he didn't care if he lived or died. The former Take That singer, who checked into an Arizona rehabilitation center in 2007, says he came close to death from taking massive amounts of drugs -- but was too caught up in his addiction to care. He told Britain’s The Sun newspaper: At the time you don’t give a s**t if you pop your clogs. I must have been very, very close. I would have carried on, to be honest. You get to the point that far...Read Full Story
Robbie Williams portal. British pop star Robbie Williams has been admitted to a rehabilitation center in the United States where he will undergo treatment for prescription drug addiction.